If the past lives in you, there are many ways to help the Heartland Museum preserve our heritage. From monetary gifts or items donated, to attending events or volunteering, we consistently work towards improving the museum.
The museum is mainly staffed by dedicated volunteers. If you have skills, or like to meet people, we would welcome you! Volunteers greet our visitors, assist with tours, and help with projects. Volunteer an hour or more to fit your schedule!
Contact us at 515-602-6000.
We are able to continue to build on our history through your generous donations.
In 2021, we kept Heartland Museum in the public eye. Visitors stay overnight, eat and shop in Clarion and surrounding towns. We are glad to promote your business with flyers or business cards!
Your donation is vital to keeping Heartland Museum a tourist attraction. We have, in fact, more items donated than we can display! We hope to add another building sometime in the future with the continued financial support of people like you.
What does Heartland do with contributions? Each year Heartland sets goals and consistently meets them. Our achievements for 2022 included:
30% discount on gift shop purchases
Heartland Goodie Bag
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20% discount on gift shop purchases
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*15% discount on gift shop purchases
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*10% discount on gift shop purchase
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Call to set up a donation today!
Mail your donation to:
PO Box 652
Clarion, IA 50525
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Murray and Valerie Wise
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Terry and Kathy Hilpipre
Larry & Melanie Maasdam
Dan & Lynne Odland
Gladys & Maurice Riley
Hosted Webster City 6th graders for a field trip day
Hosted CGD first graders for an educational event
Held an open house for Blue Moon and his donor, Dr. Lowell Hill
New signs for the front of our building and the Education Center
Landscaping around the 4-H Schoolhouse
Presentation on Geocaching
Hosted Clover Fest
Annual Used Book Sale
Annual Craft Show
Murder Mystery Night at the Museum
Meet and Greet day
Intergenerational Interviews with Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 7th graders